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Put in the verbs in brackets and form Conditional sentences type I or type II.

Mind the underlined verb forms. Example: If they learn the poem, they ________ (to get) a good mark. Answer: If they learn the poem, they will get a good mark.

1) If you come with me, I 2) Walter 3) If it

(to do) the shopping with you.

(to help) his mother in the garden if she reads him a story this evening. (to rain), I will stay at home. (to learn) the poem by heart. (to buy) a new car.

4) Our teacher will be happy if we 5) If they had enough money, they 6) We 7) If Pat

(to pass) the exam if we studied harder. (to repair) his bike, he could go on a bicycle tour with us. (to sell) this old shelf.

8) She would get 100 pounds if she 9) If I was/were you, I 10) If the weather

(to invite) Jack to the party. (to be) fine, the children can walk to school.

Put in the correct phrases and form a conditional sentence (type I, II, III). Watch the underlined verbs. Example: If he had studied harder, he ________________ (to pass) his driving test. Answer: If he had studied harder, he would have passed his driving test.

1) If we meet at 9:30, we 2) Lisa would find the milk if she

(to have) plenty of time. (to look) in the fridge.

3) The zookeeper would have punished her with a fine if she animals. 4) If you spoke louder, your classmates 5) Dan 6) You 7) If you (to understand) you.

(to feed) the

(to arrive) safe if he drove slowly. (to have) no trouble at school if you had done your homework. (to swim) in this lake, you'll shiver from cold. (to press) the green button.

8) The door will unlock if you 9) If Mel 10) I

(to ask) her teacher, he'd have answered her questions. (to call) the office if I was/were you.

Put the verbs in brackets into the gaps. Form a Conditional sentence - type I. Only use the willfuture in the main clauses. Mind the negations in the sentences. Example: If I __ (to go) to the caf, I ________ (not/to drink) milk. Answer: If I go to the caf, I will not drink milk.

1) If it 2) If she 3) If I 4) If we 5) If Dick 6) If Tom the muffins.

(to rain), the children (not/to read) the novel, she (not/to argue) with my father, he (to take) the bus, we (not/to buy) the book, his friends

(not/to go) for a walk. (not/to pass) the literature test. (to lend) me his motorbike. (not/to arrive) in time. (to be) angry with him. (not/to help) him with

(not/to tidy up) his room, Victoria

7) If the boys football pitch. 8) If you

(not/to play) football, the girls

(not/to come) to the

(to eat) too much junk food, you

(not/to lose) weight.

9) If I (not/to make) breakfast tomorrow morning, my girlfriend (not/to love) me anymore. 10) If they (not/to hurry), they (not/to catch) the train.

Choose the correct phrases and form Conditional sentences - type II.
sold w ould buy

1) If Alex
w ould come

his old mobile, he


started

a new mp3 player. at 8 o'clock.


trained

2) We
w ould be

to the party if it in the Olympic team if he


clicked

3) The boy 4) If you


w ere

harder. the download. in the school basketball team.


marked

w ould cancel

the red button, you


could play

5) If they 6) Maria
w ould get

old enough, they


could understand

the text if her teacher


improved

the important sentences. his grammar.

7) Joe
recycled

better marks if he
could reduce

8) If we
changed

these cans, we your money at a bank, you


snow s w ill go

rubbish.
w ould save

9) If you 10) If it

commission. snowboarding the next morning.

during the night, I

Put the verbs in brackets into the gaps. Form a Conditional sentence - type I. Only use the willfuture in the main clauses. Mind the position of the if-clause. Example: Thomas ________ (not/to catch) the bus if he _________ (to get up) late. Answer: Thomas will not catch the bus if he gets up late. or Thomas won't catch the bus if he gets up late.

1) If you 2) If the sun 3) Richard 4) Emily 5) If I

(to dive) into this river, you (to shine), the children (to walk) to school if he (to buy) the cola if you (to be) in Venice, I

(to hurt) yourself. (to play) outside. (to miss) the bus. (to pack) the picnic basket. (to rent) a boat. (to write) text messages

6) Michael's teacher during the lesson. 7) If she 8) My sister 9) Your room cage. 10) If we Loch Ness.

(to phone) his parents if he

(to answer) this question correctly, she (to be) angry if I (to look) much tidier if you

(to get) an extra point.

(to turn) on the music too loud. (to keep) your hamster in the

(to surf) the Internet, we

(to find) a lot of information about

Study the following situations. In every sentence, the 'if' clause expresses a situation in the past (Type III). Decide, however, whether the consequences refer to the present (Conditional I) or past (Conditional II).
1. It didn't rain yesterday. So I had to water the plants yesterday.

If it (rain)

yesterday, I (water / not)

the plants.

2. It didn't rain yesterday. So I am watering the plants now.

If it (rain)

yesterday, I (water / not)

the plants now.

3. I went to bed late last night. So I am still tired now.

If I (go)

to bed earlier yesterday, I (feel / not)

so tired now.

4. I went to bed late last Tuesday. So I was very tired the following day.

If I (go) following day.

to bed earlier that Tuesday, I (feel / not)

that tired the

5. After a night out, I want to drive home now. I haven't drunk any alcohol.

If I (drink)

alcohol, I (drive / not)

6. After a night out last weekend, I drove home. I hadn't drunk any alcohol.

If I (drink)

alcohol, I (drive / not)

7. We won the match last week. So when we came home, we looked really happy.

We (look / not)

that happy if we (win / not)

the match.

8. We've just won a match. So we look really happy now.

We (look / not) I believe her. She (tell)

that happy if we (win / not)

the match.

9. My daughter is blamed for having done something. She tells me now that she didn't do it.

me if she (do)

it.

10. Last year, my daughter was blamed for having done something. She told me that she

hadn't done it. I believed her. She (tell) me if she (do) it.

Study the following situations. In every sentence, the 'if' clause expresses a general situation in the present (Type II). Decide, however, whether the consequences refer to the present (Conditional I) or past (Conditional II).
1. I am trying to reach Sue on the phone now, but I'm afraid she is not there because

If she (be) because If she (be)

at the office, she (answer)

the phone.

2. A couple of minutes ago, I tried to reach Sue on the phone, but I'm afraid she is not there

at the office, she (answer)

the phone.

3. I want to ring a friend now, but I don't know his phone number.

If I (know)

his phone number, I (ring)

him.

4. A week ago, I wanted to ring a friend, but I don't know his phone number.

If I (know) idea. If I (be)

his phone number, I (ring)

him.

5. A friend tells me what she is planning to do. I don't think what she is planning is a good

you, I (do / not)

this.

6. A friend tells me what she did. I don't think what she did was a good idea.

If I (be)

you, I (do / not)

this.

7. Somebody tells me that Sarah is on holiday in Italy at the moment. This cannot be true

because I'm seeing her in town tonight. If Sarah (be) in Italy, I (see / not) her in town tonight.

8. Somebody tells me that Sarah is on holiday in Italy at the moment. This cannot be true

because I saw her in town last night. If Sarah (be) in Italy, I (see / not) her in town last night.

9. My brother feels like he is getting the flu. I tell him

You (get / not)

the flu if you (eat)

more fruit.

10. A few weeks ago, my brother had the flu. I tell him

You (get / not)

the flu if you (eat)

more fruit.